White House Admits Niger Never Provided Uranium To Iraq Despite Statements Saying Otherwise From Bush
Islamic Jihad Breaks Cease Fire Citing Palestinian Prisoner Dispute
Wall Street Journal: White House Is Hindering 9/11 Commission Investigation
In Iraq three U.S. Soldiers Injured
U.S. Military Team Arrives in Liberia
10 Demonstrators Die In Nigeria, Police Blamed
- Bush Arrives in Senegal to Kick-off Five-Nation Tour of Africa
The President will visit Goree Island, one of the best-known memorials to millions of Africans driven from West Africa’s jungles and sold into slavery. In Dakar, more than thousand protesters were arrested ahead of Bush’s arrival.
- Five Months Before Being Killed in Iraq a U.S. Marine Speaks Out for Peace
We play an excerpt from an interview he gave the day before he was deployed. At the time he asked not to be identified and his voice was electronically altered.
- When Are Our Sons, Daughters and Spouses Coming Home From Iraq?
Democracy Now! talks to two parents of troops stationed near Iraq. They expected their children to return weeks ago, now all plans are off. And a pair of reporters discuss the changing mood at Fort Stewart Georgia where hundreds of military wives met recently with an official from Pentagon. The wives grew so angry that their husbands were not returning home soon that the official needed to be escorted out of the room.
- MSNBC Fires Shock Host Michael Savage After He Tells Caller, "Get AIDS and Die, You Pig"
Weekly TV show “Savage Nation” was canned yesterday, two days after Savage’s homophobic remarks aired. He remains on 300 radio stations. We talk to Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting’s Steve Rendall and broadcast an excerpt of Savage’s show.